Summary: Let me start with saying that I'm satisfied with my purchase as it continues serve it's purpose for the most part. Now for the review...Although I paid for "express shipping" it still took a week for the phone to be delivered.
Summary: Disclaimers ----------- - I used to work for T-Mobile: I know all about this phone, and thus knew what I was getting into. - I rooted this phone, flashed it with a custom rom, and overclocked the processor: This voids the warranty and shortens the shelf-life of the phone itself.
Excerpt: It was comfortable to hold, but I dropped it a few times now the touch screen doesnt work very well. The speaker phone doesnt work either but otherwise, its good. I like the design of it and the fact that it has a qwerty keyboard makes it much easier to text.
Excerpt: The title says it all! This was my 1st android phone, i traded my blackberry for it and i was disapointed.It had great reception! 3G was always available! I loved the keyboard and the quality of the pictures that were taken with the camera was great! Just wished the camera was a bit faster!
Summary: I bought this phone at Amazon because I thought it was good value for the price, but I find that it was misrepresented. It does not have a QUERTY keyboard and it does not support Skype, which is one of the reasons I bought it.
Excerpt: When I first got this phone, I loved it. It had android and a physical keyboard... and that was all that I thought I cared about. Haha, *wrong*. It worked great until the 2.1 update. That update messed the phone up like none other.
Pros: Keyboard, LED Indicator light
Cons: Motoblur, Laggy UI, Battery, No camera flash, Don't receive texts
Summary: Newegg needs to update this listing. I am currently awaiting a resolution from customer service as I have an AT&T SIM and not being able to connect to 3G is a deal breaker for me.
Pros: This is a decent phone for this price range. Good camera, speedy UI. Would have been nice if Motorola followed through with the upgrade to 2.1, but there are ways around it
Cons: This listing is very inaccurate. The phone is actually a Cliq XT which runs on the T-Mobile 3G bands, not the Quench. The phones are basically identical, with different radios, which is actually kind of a big deal. This phone will not connect to AT&T 3G. Also the listing states that the phone can...
Summary: This phone has reached the end of it's life cycle. Motorola does not have any plans to provide updates to this particular Spanish version of this phone.
Pros: It works with SOFTBANK Japan. It's an Android phone
Cons: It is marketed as a Motorola Cliq but it is actually a Motorola Dext from Spain. The difference is that out of the box, you cannot update the OS. It does not have multitouch. The battery does not even last an entire day. The stock OS is very slow. The stock OS is Spanish based so a lot of the bun...